March 5, 2013 by admin
“Check out these pupus!” I told my husband. “They look pretty yummy and they’re so reasonable!”
POOPOOS! The duo cheered. Oh dear. Not the kind of pupus I was talking about.
But really, I should have cheered too. Happy hour is the way to go in Maui. And actually, in so many places we travel to now with kids, it’s a nice way to eat at lovely restaurants without annoying the later ‘out on a date’ crowd and it works for us because my guys go to bed so early too. I love that the added bonus is the happy hour price tag.
Here are some lovely pupus we enjoyed on the beautiful patio at the Seahouse Restaurant on a recent trip to Maui. They have an extensive and inexpensive happy hour menu (you can definitely make a meal of it!) and my hubby was happy that there were so many vegetarian options as well.
We also enjoyed early meals at Monkeypod and the Hula Grill. I think the Hula Grill menu might have been a special one time menu (We had some kind of 3 course menu for about 30 dollars) but the Monkeypod definitely has a happy hour and all three of these restaurants had pretty good ‘keiki’ meals too.
PPS. that little bag between the drinks and the lettuce wraps is a toy we bought at the Muji Store in Hong Kong years ago. It’s a mini take along airport and it’s strictly a waiting at restuarants/at airports toy and the guys love it. Alas, they do not sell it online.)
Category FAMILY TRAVELS, Hawaii, maui | Tags: eating out with kids in Maui, eating with kids while traveling, ideas for eating out with kids, kid-friendly restaurants in seattle, kid-friendly restuarants in maui, travel tips tuesday with kids
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